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Our guest blogger, Michelle Maher, associate professor in the department of Educational Leadership & Policies in the College of Education at the University of South Carolina, writes about a great initiative for mentoring doctoral students as conference reviewers. Her blog compliments a recent post by Pat Thomson. We’re sure you will enjoy both, as well as next week’s post on reviewing conundrums. Best regards, Claire
This year I began my tenure as an officer bearer for a special interest group (SIG) on doctoral education sponsored by the American Education Research Association (AERA). It’s a new group, started only a few years ago. As such, it is small, but steadily growing, with faculty and student members from thirteen countries scattered around the globe. Members are interested in all facets of doctoral student development.
It was with some surprise, then, that I learned that our group had no mentoring plan…
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